A Declining Brazilian Birthrate

September 15, 2011

Each morning Pessoa dresses up for her hour-long bus commute; she's working hard to take charge of her own future.

Hour 2: What’s sparking the Brazilian feminist movement and an increase in smaller and often more affluent families in the country? We’ll talk this hour with National Geographic Magazine [1] contributor Cynthia Gorney, whose story “Birth of a New Brazil” is part of the magazine’s yearlong SEVEN BILLION series on global population. The piece appears in the September issue.

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